Courtesy of the George Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville come some fascinating bald eagle nest cameras in Oklahoma. I can't embed the videos directly here in Elliot's blog, but here is the link. There are a total of four cameras, with two cameras focused on a nest at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge near Vian, Oklahoma, and two looking at a nest from Sooner Lake north of Stillwater, Oklahoma. The nest at the Sequoyah NWR includes two recently-hatched baby eagles, and you can frequently see them being fed by their parents. One of the cameras provides spectacular close-up shots of the nest and the babies, at least when they're not covered by mom. Or is that dad? Who can tell?